NVIDIA Settings for RoF by: Bandy and Jedders

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Re: TAKE NOTE! Those with nVIDIA cards...

Postby SYN_Mars » Thu Jan 24, 2013 5:56 pm

Re: Bandy - not sure I understand you there. All I was trying to point out was that NV inspector and the CP are editing the same profile. Changes made using inspector will show up in CP for the edited profile (providing that the change made in inspector is one of those available in CP. The purpose of inspector is to allow access to functionality hidden in the CP such as Sparsegrid supersampling). I think the issue with aniso opt drop down is a bug in the CP.

@ Morris/Vorlander - I have a 690 (I'm a git I know) so SLI performance should be the same as yours. What settings are you running currently? I'm running 301.42 WHQL as they work best with the 690 and have have set the following using inspector as it reduces microstutter (default is SFR2 which I found very microstuttery and depending on the driver version causes flashing textures):

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Re: TAKE NOTE! Those with nVIDIA cards...

Postby SYN_Jedders » Thu Jan 24, 2013 6:36 pm

Tbh I always try and ignore other ppls settings. If you look at just how many different settings Mars has compared to mine its why I was never able to get it running right. There are so many variables it just gets confusing and these threads get huge with different configs, some helping some ppl, some not.

All Bandy was trying to do (and why I didnt do it tbh) was to show default settings in the most part with some minor tweaks that really help nvidia users get a nice performance/eyecandy balance.

I congratulate you for trying, Bandy. :)
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Re: TAKE NOTE! Those with nVIDIA cards...

Postby SYN_Bandy » Thu Jan 24, 2013 7:05 pm

Hi Mars,

I hadn't thought about that, you might be able to do everything within one of these driver managers. If you can wrap your noddle around it and figure it out, please let us know.

And yes, you are a git :twisted: Here I thought you were system slumming it like the rest of us poor sods. :lol:

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Re: TAKE NOTE! Those with nVIDIA cards...

Postby SYN_Mars » Thu Jan 24, 2013 7:09 pm

As to flying most of the time, i'm mostly testing graphics settings!

Note there was no criticism intended from me for Bandys valiant attempt at explaining the mysteries of nvidia configuration!
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Re: TAKE NOTE! Those with nVIDIA cards...

Postby SYN_Bandy » Fri Jan 25, 2013 1:07 pm

After getting some PM's from people who couldn't view our forum (why the hell would that be?) I made a PDF of the settings recommendations.

http://www.mediafire.com/view/?psq20fzuaa8csba

To view, click on MediaFire link and best to save the doc to your desktop and reopen, because Mediafire has a glitch in its online PDF reader, some letters run together/overlap. :cry:
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Re: NVIDIA Settings for RoF by: Bandy and Jedders

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Re: NVIDIA Settings for RoF by: Bandy and Jedders

Postby SYN_Bandy » Mon Jan 28, 2013 12:41 am

I've noticed my skin textures are pixelated where they weren't before adjustment. This has something to do with Anisotropic filter, right? (Not the bad one, I know that...), but it is not being resolved by the x8 regular AF in RoF. Any advice appreciated.

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Re: NVIDIA Settings for RoF by: Bandy and Jedders

Postby SYN_Jedders » Mon Jan 28, 2013 11:54 am

What you are seeing is the thread of the fabric.
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Re: NVIDIA Settings for RoF by: Bandy and Jedders

Postby SYN_Kollwitz » Mon Jan 28, 2013 12:10 pm

It was always there, and has something to do with the scale of the skin, and the size of the wings. If you skin with a single colour, you should not see it, but the weathering layer may produce this as well...

Try it in the skin preview thingy, you will see the same.
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Re: NVIDIA Settings for RoF by: Bandy and Jedders

Postby SYN_Bandy » Mon Jan 28, 2013 12:14 pm

You fellows are talking about the diagonal lines, I mean the squares of color, the blocks/pixels of brown below. I do not remember them before. It looks like an old 8 bit color image from Paint.

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